Parliamentarians Line Up To Meet The Dental Industry
4th Sep 17
The annual Dental Industry Meets Parliament Roundtable is being convened on 13 September 2017 in Canberra, providing an opportunity for member businesses to raise issues with those able to shape the commercial, technical and regulatory environment in which the dental industry operates.
Key Issues For The Dental Industry —
In order to help shape policy outcomes that allow member businesses to grow, create jobs and operate sustainably the Australian Dental Industry Association (ADIA) engages proactively with Ministers and their opposition counterparts. The centrepiece of this engagement is the annual Dental Industry Meets Parliament Roundtable which will next be held on 13 September 2017 in Canberra.
The Minister for Health, the Hon. Greg Hunt MP, will meet with members to discuss the importance of the parliament passing the legislation which will be presented to it that will cut the red-tape associated with the manufacturer and supply of dental products. Consistent with ADIA’s bipartisan approach to policy advocacy, this message will also be conveyed to Mr Tony ZappiaMP, the Shadow Minister for Medicare who has opposition oversight of medical device regulatory issues.
ADIA will also use the opportunity to meet with Adj. Prof. John Skerritt, a Deputy Secretary at the Department of Health who heads the TGA.
The importance of other Australian Government initiatives such as the cuts to small business taxation will be discussed with the Minister for Small Business, the Hon. Michael McCormack MP.
This annual Dental Industry Meets Parliament Roundtable is the highlight of ADIA’s policy advocacy reform activities and is unique in the dental community. Now in its sixth year, the level of support that the annual Dental Industry Meets Parliament Roundtable has amongst Ministers reflects the strong reputation that ADIA has in Canberra as a trusted source of policy advice.
The issues that ADIA presents to members at this meeting are developed by the ADIA national committees and if this is of interest to you be sure to get involved today.
Member Engagement —
ADIA provides leadership, strategy, advocacy and support. Our members set our agenda, fund our activities and directly benefit from the results. With respect to to matters associated with the regulation of dental implants, ADIA staff responsible for negotiating policy outcomes with government receive advice and guidance from members serving on the ADIA-PRPC Product Regulation Policy Committee and the ADIA-IIG Implant Interest Group. Member updates are provided at the quarterly series of ADIA State Branch Briefings.
Further Information —
If you have an interest in ADIA's efforts to reform the regulatory standards for equipment installation, for updates subscribe to the Twitter feed @AusDental or follow us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/dental.industry. Alternatively, you can contact the Association via email at email@example.com or by telephone on 1300 943 094.
Currency Of Information & Disclaimer —
This update was issued on 1 September and please note that changes in circumstances after the publication of material or information may impact upon its accuracy and also change regulatory compliance obligations. The statements, regulatory and technical information contained herein are believed to be accurate and are provided for information purposes only. Readers are responsible for assessing its relevance and verifying the accuracy of the content. To the fullest extent permitted by law, ADIA will not be liable for any loss, damage, cost or expense incurred in relation to or arising as a result of relying on the information presented here.
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